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coolux China Presents New Pandoras Box Hardware Interfaces at the infoCOMM China

coolux China Presents New Pandoras Box Hardware Interfaces at the infoCOMM China
coolux China Presents New Pandoras Box Hardware Interfaces at the infoCOMM China

coolux China will present multiple new Pandoras Box hardware interface products at this year’s infoCOMM China.

Some of the new products to be shown in action include new Net Link I/O Interfaces. The newly developed range of coolux Net Link products make it possible to convert a large number of external inputs into network data. Each Net Link unit can be equipped with up to two modules that can be freely configured.

A very important role played by Net Link products is the connection between switching relays, sensor input and output as well as the award winning coolux Widget Designer control software.

At the infoCOMM China, coolux will show the following Net Link modules: 24V input, 48V input, 0-10V input, and fibre optics input.

The new coin-sized coolux ID Tags make real-time tracking scenarios not only easier to set up, but also more reliable, more versatile and more cost effective. Each of the tags can be addressed with a unique ID, which opens up the possibility of up to 256 different unique IDs being tracked in real-time within a single set-up.

coolux ID tracking will be demonstrated within a 4x6m tracking area at the coolux China booth.

A special visual treat will be the combination of a miniature car model and a 3D model within the Pandoras Box interface. A monitor will be tracked in real-time, showing the 3d model of the car behind it. The vertically mounted monitor will move around in a semi-circle at variable speed, forwards and backwards, in sync with the 3d model. This set up will then give the impression as if the monitor were an X-ray device revealing new details about the car behind it.

Another demonstration of the Pandoras Box product family’s versatile projection mapping abilities features a collection of rectangular blocks. These blocks form a three dimensional model, which will act as a projection surface. The actual projection content will be mapped onto the objects and will follow the movements in real-time.

7th April 2014

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